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Insight Paper

Three Quick Wins for Student Mental Health and Wellness

Adapting student success technology to meet rising demand

“Mental health and wellness” has surpassed “academic difficulty” and “financial challenges” to become students’ top college concern. Higher education institutions often find themselves unable to meet the demand for care and therefore are at greater risk of seeing retention and graduation rates fall. How can you improve and scale your mental health support?

Proven mental health frameworks give us a roadmap for engaging key stakeholders around your institution and expanding capacity for care beyond the counseling center. These efforts can be supported by existing student success technologies already in place at many colleges and universities, like Navigate and Starfish.

Download the insight paper to discover the three “quick win” ideas for adapting student success technology to support a broader range of student needs. These practices can help you better address student mental health and wellness immediately.

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